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UK Conservatives raised more than Labour in third quarter of 2019

Reuters Tuesday, 26 November 2019
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson's Conservative Party raised 5.8 million pounds ($7.4 million) from donations and public funds in the third quarter of this year, just beating the opposition Labour Party which raised 5.5 million pounds, official figures showed on Tuesday.
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